Artificial Intelligence

AI( Artificial Intelligence)

If there was one technology that we had to select that was getting to change the way the planet operates its needs to be AI(Artificial Intelligence)AI is the capability that you simply see once you speak to Siri or Cortana. AI is that the, you know, three-line updates in real-time that tell you the scores online on Yahoo Finance or Yahoo Sports.

That 90 percent of these one-liner updates on sports or finance are literally written by robots, not humans. that's AI at work. AI is what's driving your car when you’re driving a Tesla in auto mode. So AI is all about augmenting human deciding using computers. And by the way, when people ask us about how AI goes to require all of our jobs they forget the very fact that AI is already here.

Artificial intelligence may be a complement to what we do because that's basically what's happening together with your medical devices that scanning your x-rays and advising doctors. then the power for humans to use computers and knowledge during a very narrow area to reinforce human deciding is AIwe all know that AI – we all know that AI has the power to read x-rays better than most doctors today. We also know that there are AI courts found out in Latvia and China that are literally handling small claims so you really don't need a judge to try to the items that are routine.

That is how AI is complementing normal deciding for the more routine, the more mundane sort of decisions that you simply would otherwise use human capacity. the opposite technology that I’m very excited about is robotics and drones. So robotics, the mechanical use of robots to try to the work of, the mundane work of individuals may be a very, very exciting development. As we all know to manufacture as we all know it's transforming due to the utilization of robotics. for several years manufacturing was moved from developed countries to developing countries because it had been absolutely impossible to remain competitive with the labour costs in developed countries. Today work is really moving backward from 500 Rs each day pay rates in developing countries all the way back through developed. this is often transformational. This has the power to vary the lives of individuals in terms of jobs, skills, the whole economic mortals of the planet. That’s one of the explanations why I’m so pumped about the potential of robotics to vary the way that we work.